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celled in' athletic achievements. This
was very largely due to" the fact that
she was her two brothers' companion
HIS MIND ACTS LIKEMAGIC IT
. SAVES HIM, TOO
Jlomaine Fielding, director of the
Lubin western stock company at
Prescott, Arizona, is noted for having
a quick "thinking box!"
His mind works just as quickly in
an emergency-as it does when he sits
down to write a picture play.
Fielding is a wonderful horseman.
A while ago Fielding was invited to
help rope a steer at a roundup. He
agreed. There was too much slack
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got Fielding's horse into a corner.
There seemed to be no escape, but
the quick "thinking box" of the
"movie" actor came to his rescue. He
raised himself to a standing position
on his horse and leaped off on the
neck of the steer, grabbing its horns
and throwing it as it came for the
During Fielding's stage career he
traveled from "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
to Shakespeare with as much ease,
apparently, as he rides a bucking
Haven't you seen him riding as if
life depended on it, in the "movies?"
KNOWING MORE EVERY DAY
Still another serum has been in
vented which, it is claimed; is a spe
cific for any disease due to the pres
ence of a microbe organism in the
Only about fifty years ago mi
crobes were regarded as curiosities of
the microscope and known under the
name of animalculae. At the present
time, thanks to such men as Pasteur,
Koch, Lister and a score of others,
you have an anti-toxin for nearly all
of the most deadly diseases while
there are entire laboratories equipped
for the further study of bacteria and
large libraries devoted to this sub
ject alone. 9
Should the wonderful progress
made in this branch of medicine dur
ing the last fifty years be equalled
in the next half century, diseases
which now are regarded as incurable
will be treated as lightly as a sore
Mr. Plowden, the well-known Lon
don magistrate, was once question
ing the wife of a notorious burglar.
"You are the wife of this man?" he
asked. "Yes." "You knew he was a
burglar when you married him?"
"Yes." "How came you to contract
a marriage with such a man?"
"Well," the woman explained, "I was
getting old, and I had to choose be
tween him and a lawyer"